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Jean-Maurice Frère
(Jean-Maurice Frere)

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First Name:Jean-Maurice
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Last Name:Frere
RePEc Short-ID:pfr389
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Kunstlaan 47-49 1000 Brussels Belgium
00 32 2 507 74 74


Federal Planning Bureau
Government of Belgium

Bruxelles/Brussel, Belgium
RePEc:edi:plagvbe (more details at EDIRC)

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Working papers

  1. Jean-Maurice Frère & Guy Vandille & Sébastien Wolff, 2018. "Working Paper 03-18 - The PEACH2AIR database of air pollution associated with household consumption in Belgium in 2014 - Methodological description for the SUSPENS research project funded by the Feder," Working Papers 1803, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
  2. Jean-Maurice Frère, 2016. "Working Paper 12-16 - La population à risque de pauvreté ou d’exclusion sociale en Belgique - Projection jusqu’en 2030 [Working Paper 12-16 - De bevolking met een risico op armoede of sociale uitsl," Working Papers 1612, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
  3. Mathijs Buts & Patricia Delbaere & Jean-Maurice Frère & Nadine Gouzée & Alain Henry & Johan Pauwels & Stijn Van Hummelen & Sylvie Varlez, 2012. "Working Paper 09-12 - Organisation de l'exercice participatif de prospective 2011-2012 - Préparatoire à la vision à long terme 2050 [Working Paper 09-12 - Organisatie van de participatieve oefening," Working Papers 1209, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
  4. Jean-Maurice Frère & Jean-Charles Quertinmont, 2010. "Working Paper 12-10 - De milieudruk van de huishoudelijke consumptie in België in 2002: een sociologische analyse," Working Papers 1012, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
  5. Jean-Maurice Frère, 2008. "Working Paper 13-08 - Elementen van toekomstverkenning in de adviezen van de Federale Raad voor Duurzame Ontwikkeling van 2002 tot 2005. Analyse ter voorbereiding van het vierde Federaal rapport inzak," Working Papers 0813, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
  6. Mathijs Buts & Patricia Delbaere & Jean-Maurice Frère & Nadine Gouzée & Alain Henry & Johan Pauwels & Jean-Charles Quertinmont & Windy Vandevyvere & Sylvie Varlez, 2008. "Working Paper 16-08 - Scenario's voor transitie naar een duurzame ontwikkeling tegen 2050. Toekomstverkennende nota gerealiseerd voor de 'Lente van het Leefmilieu' op basis van het vierde Federaal rap," Working Papers 0816, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
  7. Mathijs Buts & Patricia Delbaere & Jean-Maurice Frère & Nadine Gouzée & Alain Henry & Johan Pauwels & Jean-Charles Quertinmont & Windy Vandevyvere & Sylvie Varlez, 2008. "Working Paper 15-08 - Organisation de l’exercice participatif de prospective à l’horizon 2050 préparatoire au 4° Rapport fédéral sur le développement durable [Working Paper 15-08 - Organisatie van ," Working Papers 0815, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.

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  1. NEP-ENE: Energy Economics (1) 2018-06-11
  2. NEP-ENV: Environmental Economics (1) 2018-06-11


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